The top brass of Ambev beer brewery in the Dominican Republic says the Brazilian company is going ahead with its plan to produce here the grains it now imports to produce beer. The company imports 30,000 tons of corn to produce its beers.
Ambev vice president Luis Alvarez said the company is also going ahead with new investments in renewable energy generating matrix. The company will be installinga solar energy park with 50 MW capacity in Maria Trinidad Sanchez province.
Likewise, the company explained during the Central Bank meeting its plans to invest in a glass cluster for the manufacture of beer bottles locally. A recycling plant is part of this development. At present, most bottles are imported.
Ambev executives Ana María Martínez, director of corporate affairs, and Jochy Pérez, manager of government affairs also attended.
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